Specialised course 2017

On  24-28 April 2017 Ghent University together with Hasselt University and Karolinska Institute will organise a specialised course on Global Sexual Reproductive Health within the context of the Doctoral Schools and the International Thematic Network ANSER.  Courses will be hosted simultaniously in Stockholm (Sweden) and Ghent (Belgium), using live streaming.  

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Online course

The ANSER network intends to develop an online module on SRHR policy that will be freely available on the internet. Several similar modules exist already, but our course will distinguish itself through its bottom-up, international, concerted approach specifically targeting policy-makers. Each module will be developed jointly by members of the consortium who are subject matter experts. Theoretical content will be complemented by problem-solving scenarios and case studies from different countries and contexts.

The online course will be available from mid 2017.


Short training course

In line with the development of the online module, ANSER will organize an annual short course on SRHR policy where participants involved in policy-making or advocacy (e.g. government, intergovernmental, civil society organizations) from around the world will get classes on a wide range of SRHR aspects. These classes will be highly interactive and participants will be asked to present and discuss cases they are or were confronted with. Within the online module and annual short course, we will include a focus on what policy makers can do to enhance SRHR in their countries (e.g. by organizing parliamentary hearings) and on what civil organizations can do to influence policies (e.g. lobbying techniques).

The first course will be organized in summer of 2017. First announcements will be made in the first months of 2017.